Home-grown from seeds - different leaves
Hi! I have a nice hibiscus that I've had for a few years. It's in a pot which I put outside during the summer, and bring in for winter. It flowers (1-3 blossoms) all year. Awhile back it put out a seed pod! I had success getting 5 of the seeds to sprout and survive - they are now 4-5 inches tall and looking healthy. My question is this: three of the plants have leaves that are exactly like the parent plant, but two of the plants have very different leaves - three-lobed skinny non-serated leaves. Are these indeed hibiscus? Or was there some sort of unwanted seed in the potting soil I used? I'm convinced they grew from the seeds. Thanks for your help!